Joanne Geisel Workshop

On Sept 3rd, 2015 Two Waters Arts Alliance was proud to present an Oil (or Acrylic) Painting Workshop by Joanne Geisel.  Joanne is an award winning oil painter and noted workshop instructor from North Carolina who is offering us an opportunity to study with her during her brief visit to Key Peninsula. Please see her website ( to view more samples of her beautiful work.

Here is what a few of the people who attended Joanne’s workshop had to say.


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Joanne Geisel is not only a gifted artist, she is a naturally gifted teacher. It is evident that she is passionate about teaching her students how to become better painters. She presents an art concept or theme followed by an invaluable demonstration. For instance, today in her Landscape Painting class, she discussed clouds and then she demonstrated a technique for painting them. The class was mesmerized as we watched a few dabs of paint transform into beautiful and credible clouds. After her hypnotizing demonstration, we had the opportunity to attempt our own clouds. She offers instruction as we paint and makes suggestions when we are “stuck”. It is amazing how her experienced eye can immediately identify the problem which is baffling the student. She can then point out solutions.